The Health Resources and Services Administration has released an updated funding opportunity announcement regarding their Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems: Building Health Through Integration program. The purpose of this initiative is to advance the physical, social, and emotional development, of youth during infancy and into early childhood in order to eliminate disparities and increase access to necessary services. Applicants must choose one of the three following strategies: 1) Mitigation of toxic stress and trauma in infancy and early childhood. ; 2) Coordination of the expansion of developmental screening activities in early care and education settings statewide by connecting pediatric and other child health leaders with child care health consultants to link training and referrals among medical homes, early intervention services, child care programs and families; or 3) Improvement of state infant/toddler child care quality initiatives. HRSA anticipates awarding 57 grants of up to $140,000 per year for three years. Both public and private entities are eligible. Applications are due April 26th, 2013.